Susan Phillips

 
 

Susan Phillips(United Kingdom, 1978)is a visual artist who has taken a break from devoting herself to motherhood with a strong comeback with the solo exhibition Constructed Geometries at the Brazilian embassy in 2018, after receiving the international VIA Art Prize in 2017 and being selected for a group exhibition at Mostyn in Wales. She is currently showing at the Gyeonggi International Ceramics Biennale in South Korea, and her works are part of the permanent collection of the Embassy of Brazil in London. 

Phillips currently lives and works in North Herefordshire.

 

Selected Exhibitions

2019

The Light in the World is Without a Significant Plan, Daniel Benjamin Gallery, London, UK

Gyeonggi International Ceramics Biennale, Korea

 

2018

Constructed geometries, Embassy of Brazil, London     

Winter Show, Ten, Cardiff

 

2017    

Winter Show, Maddox Arts, London

VIA Art Prize, London                             

Marshwood Arts Prize, Dorset (highly commended)

Black Swan Arts Open, Somerset (highly commended)
Summer, Gallery Ten, Cardiff

De Padova showroom, Milan 

 

2016    

Winter, Gallery Ten, Cardiff

International Print Biennale, Newcastle

Group Exhibition, John Cullen Lighting, London

Neo Print Prize, Bolton

Y Lle Celf, National Eisteddfod, Abergavenny

Summer Show, Gallery Ten, Cardiff

 

2015     

NN Contemporary Open, Northampton

Winter, Gallery Ten, Cardiff

Y Lle Celf, National Eisteddfod, Meifod

Six, Gallery Ten, Cardiff

Mostyn Open 19, Oriel Mostyn, Llandudno

Spring Show, Beardsmore Gallery, London

 

2014     

Y Lle Celf, National Eisteddfod, Llanelli

Soho Sculpture Prize – shortlisted artists, London

Oriel Davies Open, Newtown, Powys

 

2013     

Christmas Exhibition, Beardsmore Gallery London

Ceramics, Beardsmore Gallery, London

 

Awards            

                           

2018    

Long-listed for the Aesthetica Art Prize

 

2017     

Winner of the VIA Art Prize

 

2016     

David Canter Memorial Fund grant

Long-listed for the Aesthetica Art Prize

 

2014     

The Gold Medal for Craft and Design, the National Eisteddfod

 

Collections         

                       

2017     

The Embassy of Brazil, London

 

Publications   

                           

2016     

Cfile online – 6/16

 

2015     

Art Habens – Interview

Homes and Gardens, July issue

 

2014     

Lancia Trend Visions

Ceramics Now

Education                                  

 

1999 

Falmouth College of Arts, BA(hons) Studio Ceramics